This story focuses on some work that Sound team member, Sydney Miller, has been doing with clients at Emerald House on Capitol Hill. Though Sydney works in Crisis, she will cut clients’ hair one time a month
Sound’s IDD Services held their annual Summer BBQ at the Capitol Hill campus in partnership with The Partners Group, a local insurance and employee benefits firm.
Although he was working day labor in construction, Robert Sanders was only receiving minimum wage – not enough to rent an apartment. So he found himself living in Seattle’s infamous “Jungle,” a homeless encampment at South Royal Brougham Way.
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